Association of Black Students
The Association of Black Students welcomes all students to experience the love, unity, honor, integrity, respect, and encouragement within the powerful Christian walls of our organization. We agree to promote service, leadership and peace. We will attempt to establish an understanding of the Black Culture and extend open arms to all students, faculty and staff of all ethnic backgrounds. The focus of this group is to form a unique and sincere relationship with Black students along with other nationalities. Our demographic is vast and as a member you will find an elite community of brothers and sisters who are supportive and empowering. ABS is a powerful, but intimate entity. The relationships built here do more than just create semester-long friendships, but they generate life long attachments.
All meetings will be in the Wells Science Hall – Room 341, at 6:30 pm. They are the second and fourth Tuesday of each month.
**Location and dates are subject to change, but we will notify everyone in advance of any changes.
- George Hicks, President
- Jasmine Thompson, Vice President
- Marissa McGee, Secretary
- Mikala Stevens, Treasurer
- Stephen Rowe, Chaplain
- Tomia Lang, Social Media Outreach
- Samantha “Sam” Ogoh, Freshmen/Community Outreach
- Jacari Reed, Events Coordinator
- Cynthia Tryon, Staff Advisor
- email@example.com or (254) 295-4508
Facebook: Association of Black Students of UMHB
Location: Bawcom Student Union, Second Floor
Address: 900 College Street Box 8006 | Belton, TX 76513
Office Hours: M-F • 8am-5pm
firstname.lastname@example.org • (254) 295-4229
Page last updated November 13, 2018